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Read about Mega Evolution for Pokemon Let's Go. Find out its characteristics, how to use Mega Stones, & which Pokemon can Mega Evolve.

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Where To Get Mega Stones

Get Venusaurite, Charizardite X/Y, Blastoisite Before Viridian City Gym

Mega Evolutions - Information and How To Use

The Mega Stones: "Venusaurite", "Charizardite X", "Charizardite Y", "Blastoisinite" needed to use Mega Evolution for the Starter Pokemons can be acquired during the storyline; prior to challenging the Viridian Gym.

Fight Green To Get Mewtwonite X, Mewtwonite Y

Fight Green To Get Mewtwonite X, Mewtwonite Y

After capturing Mewtwo in Cerulean Cave, head back to it to encounter Green. When you beat her, she'll give you Mewtwonite X & Mewtwonite Y.

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Buy Mega Stone From Stone Salesman in Pokemon League HQ

Mega Evolutions - Information and How To Use

You can purchase a couple of Mega Stones from a man in a Slowbro outfit in the entrance of the Pokemon League. Each stone costs 30,000.

Other Mega Stones Can Be Purchased

Mega Evolutions - Information and How To Use

The other Mega Stones for the 9 other Pokemon you can Mega Evolve are purchasable from the Slowbro guy.

Mega Stones You Can Purchase:

How To Mega Evolve

Key Stone and Mega Stone Needed to Mega Evolve

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In order for a Pokemon to Mega Evolve, 2 components are needed - a Key Stone and the Mega Stone that corresponds to the Pokemon you want to Mega Evolve. Mega Evolution can only be done once per battle.

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Mega Evolution List in Pokemon Let's Go

List Of Pokemon With Mega Evolution

What Is Mega Evolution?

Temporary Evolution During Battle

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Usable only during battle, Mega Evolution temporarily unleashes the power inside a Pokemon drastically increasing some of its stats.

Powerful Technique For Battle

Use of a Mega Evolution can sometimes be enough to turn the battle to your favor as the stat change to Mega Evolved Pokemon tends to be significant.

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15 Mega Evolutions Available

In Pokemon Let's Go, 15 types of Mega Evolution will be available, with Charizard and Mewtwo having 2 Mega Evolution forms each.

Some Pokemon Have Multiple Mega Evolution Forms

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Charizard is one of a few Pokemon that have more than one Mega Evolution which is dependent on the Mega Stone. Adapt your strategy to suit the type of Mega Evolution you use!

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